High Times Premieres LEDINSKY’S “High Society” Video

Ledinsky’s “High Society” EP, released late last year, was highlighted by the protest anthem “DonaldTrumpMakesMeWannaSmokeCrack.” The track, inspired by the Swedish-born indie singer/songwriter’s increasing desperation regarding the current political climate, proved a global sensation when it dropped.

Ledinsky left his native Sweden a decade ago, making a new home in Los Angeles where he has earned a reputation as a crafty songwriter and visionary producer—fully on display here, in “High Society,” an exclusive premiere on HIGH TIMES. Get off the grid with Ledinsky, and get high.

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New Music Round Up: Ed Sheeran, Jennifer Hudson, Portugal. The Man (3/3/2017)

A jam packed week for the THREEE crew kicked off by the week’s marquee album, Ed Sheeran’s hotly anticipated ÷Johnny McDaid co-wrote and co-produced nine songs on ÷ including record-breaking lead single “Shape Of You,” which smashed Spotify records en-route to becoming Sheeran’s first U.S. Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (spending six out of its seven weeks on the chart and the last five consecutive weeks in the top spot). Johnny also co-wrote James Blunt’s new single “Make Me Better.” Both of these come on the heels of his collaboration with another UK break out act—Johnny co-wrote and co-produced “The Fire” from Rag’n’Bone Man’s new album Human, which debuted at Number 1 the UK album chart last week.

Portugal. The Man returns with “Feel It Still,” co-produced and co-written by John Hill. John worked heavily on Portugal’s upcoming album, bringing his fresh perspective to the band’s singular style.

Michael Brauer mixed Jennifer Hudson’s comeback single “Remember Me,” a powerful R&B anthem that calls back to Michael’s roots as a mixer and highlights his particular gift for handling powerful voices and textured production.

Rich Costey mixed ZZ Ward’s “The Deep” featuring Chicago up-and-comer Joey Purp.

Mark Rankin co-produced and mixed Day Wave’s “Untitled,” the second single from the band’s upcoming album.

Robin Hannibal co-produced and co-wrote Niia’s latest single “Hurt You First” topped KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic playlist.


Ad Council PSA : Love Has No Labels

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“Show Me Love (feat. Chance the Rapper, Moses Sumney, and Robin Hannibal) [Skrillex Remix]” – Hundred Waters


Monthly Round Up: October 2016



An exciting month for the THREEE crew in October with releases across genres

Michael Brauer mixed Bon Jovi‘s “Born Again Tomorrow” from the band’s upcoming return album This House Is Not For Sale (which Michael also mixed in full). In addition, he mixed singles from Clean Cut Kid (“Make Believe”), Max Frost (“Adderall”), The Wind and the Wave (“Before The World Explodes”), and Bobby Bazini (“C’est La Vie”).

After a year of recording and touring, Dan Carey and Kate Tempest return with Let Them Eat Chaos, an album the world needs now more than ever. Dany produced, co-wrote, and mixed the entire album, the second from Tempest who mixes sharp political and social commentary with stunning rapping and fire that few others seem capable of matching.

Phantogram‘s new album Three featured work from past collaborators Rich Costey and John Hill. Rich mixed “Barking Dog,” “Destroyer,” “Run Run Blood,” “Answer,” and “Calling All.” John co-produced “Funeral Pyre.”

John also teamed up with Ajay Bhattacharyya on a remix of buzzing UK artist Anne-Marie’s “Alarm.”

See all the releases from THREEE clients after the break.


Monthly Round Up: September 2016


As arena rock legends Bon Jovi gear up for their return album This House Is Not For SaleMichael Brauer mixed singles “Knockout” and “Labor of Love.”

John Hill and Ajay Bhattacharyya teamed up to work on two songs from AlunaGeorge‘s anticipated album I Remember. John and Ajay produced and co-wrote “Jealous” and “Wanderlust.

John also co-produced and co-wrote Banks’ “Poltergeist,” a highlight from her sophomore album The AltarRich Costey mixed “Poltergeist” as well as another song from The Altar, “Weaker Girl.”

Rich also mixed Bastille’s “Warmth” and “Good Grief,” two songs from their new album Wild World.

Mark Rankin mixed the debut record from Slaves, one of the U.K.’s most exciting new bands and an exciting new voice in a time of turmoil.